History Disney / RobinHood

19th Oct '17 5:22:04 PM ChilledXSocks
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* PinballProjectile: Sometimes arrows do this. Robin can do it because he's just that good.

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* PinballProjectile: Sometimes arrows do this. Happens frequently with Trigger's crossbow bolts. Robin can do it because he's just that good.
14th Oct '17 2:18:09 AM TitoMosquito
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* TalkingInYourSleep: Prince John while Robin takes the bags of tax money.
-->"ROBIN HOOD?! I'll... get..." *snoring*
13th Sep '17 4:48:45 PM ANTMuddle
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* DisproportionateRetribution: When Prince John hears TheVillainSucksSong / EarWorm from ''the Sheriff!''



* ShurFineGuns: Trigger's crossbow Ol' Betsy is notoriously unsafe.

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* ShurFineGuns: Trigger's crossbow Ol' Betsy is notoriously unsafe. There's a reason the Sheriff is terrified of that.



* SnakeTalk: Sir Hiss, naturally.

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* SnakeTalk: SssssnakeTalk: Sir Hiss, naturally.


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* WatchWhereYoureGoing: During the football-inspired clash with Lady Kluck, this happens to two rhinoceros guards.
12th Sep '17 9:56:17 PM Gideoncrawle
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** Arguably averted in the case of the voices. The accents are not far off of what it was like in Merry England. The reason being is that what the world considers to be an American accent is really the original British accent, with Southern drawl being another import to the New World, and the modern English accent first appeared in the 1860's. If anything, the American accents are more accurate than the English accents. Still, intent counts, and many of the voices were filled from the Disney Studio's stable of Western Movie actors, particularly the Sheriff and his men, who attempted to play the roles off as a corrupt sheriff and his deputies from the Old West or Deep South.

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** Arguably averted in the case of the voices. The accents are not far off of what it was like in Merry England. The reason being is that what the world considers to be an American accent is really the original British accent, with Southern drawl being another import to the New World, and the modern English accent first appeared in the 1860's. If anything, the American accents are more accurate than the English accents. Still, intent counts, and many Many of the voices were filled from the Disney Studio's stable of Western Movie actors, particularly the Sheriff and his men, who attempted to play the roles off as a corrupt sheriff and his deputies from the Old West or Deep South.



* FrothyMugsOfWater: {{Averted}}. During the archery tournament, the barrel Sir Hiss is stuffed into is marked "ALE". When he's finally released by Prince John, he's very drunk indeed.
-->'''Hiss:''' Please, please let me out... I don't drink!



* FurryConfusion:
** In some ways, this is averted; i.e. no one in this world has pets or rides horses -- there is a blacksmith dog that is seen making horseshoes, but perhaps anthropomorphic horses still have hooves. On the other hand, it is worth noting that [[TheUnreveal we never see who or what is pulling that carriage in the last scene]].[[note]] Considering we see [[TheBigGuy Little John]] pulling a cart and Prince John's rhino soldiers pulling his carriage, it may be the bigger animals are paid to pull carts. [[/note]]
** Following the tradition of the Robin Hood myth, Maid Marian is said to be King Richard's niece. [[ArtisticLicenseBiology She is a fox. He is a lion]]. This could be FridgeBrilliance - historically, it's debatable whether or not Richard ever consummated his marriage with Berengaria and may have only married her for political reasons, so it's entirely possible that Richard's unseen wife was a fox after all. A lion and a fox could ''never'' successfully breed with each other, but his other wives (i.e. not Marian's aunt) would presumably have been lionesses to provide heirs.

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* FurryConfusion:
** In some ways, this is averted; i.e. no one in this world has pets or rides horses -- there is a blacksmith dog that is seen making horseshoes, but perhaps anthropomorphic horses still have hooves. On the other hand, it is worth noting that [[TheUnreveal we never see who or what is pulling that carriage in the last scene]].[[note]] Considering we see [[TheBigGuy Little John]] pulling a cart and Prince John's rhino soldiers pulling his carriage, it may be the bigger animals are paid to pull carts. [[/note]]
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FurryConfusion: Following the tradition of the Robin Hood myth, Maid Marian is said to be King Richard's niece. [[ArtisticLicenseBiology She is a fox. He is a lion]]. This could be FridgeBrilliance - historically, it's debatable whether or not Richard ever consummated his marriage with Berengaria and may have only married her for political reasons, so it's entirely possible that Richard's unseen wife was a fox after all. A lion and a fox could ''never'' successfully breed with each other, but his other wives (i.e. not Marian's aunt) would presumably have been lionesses to provide heirs.



* NeutralFemale: Averted by Maid Marian; she typically isn't of much help when things get dangerous, but she does have a couple of moments where she's actively trying to assist her lover and his allies.
19th Jul '17 9:23:44 AM EdnaWalker
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** Following the tradition of the Robin Hood myth, Maid Marian is said to be King Richard's niece. [[ArtisticLicenseBiology She is a fox. He is a lion]]. This could be FridgeBrilliance - historically, it's debatable whether or not Richard ever consummated his marriage with Berengaria and may have only married her for political reasons, so it's entirely possible that Richard's unseen wife was a fox after all. A lion and a fox could ''never'' successfully inbreed with each other, but his other wives (i.e. not Marian's aunt) would presumably have been lionesses to provide heirs.

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** Following the tradition of the Robin Hood myth, Maid Marian is said to be King Richard's niece. [[ArtisticLicenseBiology She is a fox. He is a lion]]. This could be FridgeBrilliance - historically, it's debatable whether or not Richard ever consummated his marriage with Berengaria and may have only married her for political reasons, so it's entirely possible that Richard's unseen wife was a fox after all. A lion and a fox could ''never'' successfully inbreed breed with each other, but his other wives (i.e. not Marian's aunt) would presumably have been lionesses to provide heirs.
18th Jul '17 9:55:52 AM dsneybuf
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''Robin Hood'', the 1973 animated feature by Disney and 21st film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, takes the classic story of the original Myth/RobinHood, [[SlidingScaleOfAdaptationFaithfulness adds and removes stuff here and there]], and replaces all the characters with FunnyAnimals. Among the cast and the animals they're portrayed as:

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''Robin Hood'', the 1973 animated feature by Disney and 21st film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, takes the classic story of the original Myth/RobinHood, [[SlidingScaleOfAdaptationFaithfulness adds and removes stuff here and there]], and replaces all the characters with FunnyAnimals.FunnyAnimals -- making this the first Disney Animated Feature to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters. Among the cast and the animals they're portrayed as:



This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being the first Disney Animated Feature outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters.

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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being the first Disney Animated Feature outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters.
18th Jul '17 8:57:50 AM dsneybuf
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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', the latter of which is widely considered to be this film's SpiritualSuccessor.

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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three the first Disney Animated Features Feature outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', the latter of which is widely considered to be this film's SpiritualSuccessor.characters.
10th Jul '17 10:08:40 AM dotchan
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* IronicEcho: Early in the movie, the characters talk about how if Robin marries Maid Marian, King Richard will have an outlaw for an in-law. At the end of the movie, Richard says this exact phrase while laughing about the marriage.

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* IronicEcho: IronicEcho (also an instance of StrangeMindsThinkAlike): Early in the movie, the characters talk about how if Robin marries Maid Marian, King Richard will have an outlaw for an in-law. At the end of the movie, Richard says this exact phrase while laughing about the marriage.
13th Jun '17 7:18:35 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* NeutralFemale: Averted by Maid Marian; she typically isn't of much help when things get dangerous, but she does have a couple of moments where she's actively trying to assist the protagonists.

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* NeutralFemale: Averted by Maid Marian; she typically isn't of much help when things get dangerous, but she does have a couple of moments where she's actively trying to assist the protagonists.her lover and his allies.
8th Jun '17 1:44:41 PM jccw227
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** Not to be out done, the Sexton referred to the Sheriff as a "big bellied bully".
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